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Blog: Why we need to spread the continence know-how


I do so agree you with Anon from Nottingham. It doesn't matter how many opportunities you provide, if staff are not allowed to attend (or are not interested) we are being set up to fail. However, our consciences cannot allow us to give in. One thing I have learned over many years is that Continence specialists just don't 'give up', it's just not what we do. Very frustrating as no one seems to listen to us do they? Just a minute! Did I read it correctly? (NT 24/6/2008 Vol 104 No.25 page 3) Ann Keen, Junior Health Minister has given her support to the NT campaign to protect time and funds for nurse training. Well done. maybe just a lone voice but if she is willing to take a strong bite at Trusts who will not play so that it hurts then training will be taken seriously as it should be. Please Ministers, Junior, Senior or 'Prime' PLEASE LISTEN AND DO SOMETHING TO HELP ANN.

Posted date

7 July, 2008

Posted time

3:30 pm